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Janet Dailey
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The Americana Series: Wisconsin. Introducing JANET DAILEY AMERICANA.

The Americana Series: Wisconsin. For the Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery. For you, it’s the journey of a lifetime.

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With a Little Luck (The Americana Series Book 49). Janet Dailey. He's the prodigal son ready to claim his legacy. He came home to sell his family's failing ranch, but once twenty-year-old Bull Tyler sets foot on the Rimrock, he's determined to tame the rugged land and make it his own. First he'll have to take on the powerful Prescott clan, who'll do anything to get their hands on the Tylers' holding-even murder.

For the Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery. Your tour of desire begins with this story set in Wisconsin. Born and bred in small-town Wisconsin, Luck, the man with the blue, blue eyes, has always called his friend Eve "a little brown mouse. Eve knew he never looked at her the way he looked at other women but she always wonders if love will ever find her. Then, after so many years, she meets Luck McClure again. Romance Fiction Contemporary.

Dailey began offering The Janet Dailey Award in 1993. In 2001, Dailey returned to publishing with a four-book deal with Kensington Books. WI-With A Little Luck. Americana (2001) (Omnibus). Americana 2 (2002) (Omnibus)

Dailey began offering The Janet Dailey Award in 1993. The contract called for two books in the Calder series Dailey has written about a ranching family in Montana, and two books with holiday themes. Kensington expanded their relationship with Dailey in 2002, when she contracted for three more hardcover novels about the Calder family and an additional mass market original novel. Americana 2 (2002) (Omnibus). Janet Dailey's Americana III (2002) (Omnibus).

the Reverend Mr. Johnson inquired. If you don’t mind waiting a few minutes, I would be happy to drive yo. .Mr. Johnson didn’t look like a minister in his plaid shirt and khaki-colored pants. Johnson didn’t look like a minister in his plaid shirt and khaki-colored pants mid-forties, he resembled a fisherman who had strayed into church by mistake. In fact, he was an ardent angler, overjoyed that his Wisconsin parish was situated in an area with so many lakes, streams and rivers.

Is she falling for a man whose only intention is to find a mother for his son? She hopes not. Because with a little luck, this could be the love of her life.

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With a Little Luck: Wisconsin. Janet Dailey began publishing again in 2001 under a deal with Kensington books. After completing two more books on the Calder series and a couple of holiday specials, her contract was renewed for additional 3 Calder books, and one single-title novel. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Janet Dailey passed away December 14, 2013, at her home in Branson, Missouri. She is probably the most prolific and successful writer in the genre of category romance. It is very important you get hold of some of these good books to enable you get to know more about this author.

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Every novel in this collection is your passport to a romantic tour of the United States through time-honored favorites by America's First Lady of romance fiction. Each of the fifty novels is set in a different state, researched by Janet and her husband, Bill. For the Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery. For you, it's the journey of a lifetime. Your tour of desire begins with this story set in Wisconsin.
  • I'm not a regular fan of Janet Dailey. Her characters and story lines are too predictable in the standard, tiresome Harlequin mold. "Americana" does little to break that mold.

    Dailey's male protagonists are uniformly wealthy as well as just too "chiseled" of countenance and physique; too cocksure and unerringly able to know the heroine better than she herself does. These guys are simply too "compellingly male" to be believable.

    The heroines are predictably portrayed as insecure "good girls," unaware of their own attractiveness yet possessing of wholesome, sweet personalities. Often they are presented as being in shaky financial straits. Though Eve Rowland is spared that last trait, she nonetheless toes the line as one who considers herself a "brown mouse" not worthy of even the passing glance of a man as vital as Luck McClure.

    The rest is even more predictable. Said hero is able, through brute-force application of his potent masculinity along with liberal "quirks" of the mouth and eyebrows, to overcome said reticence and charm our heroine, despite growing rebellion against her feelings, into a "devastating" kiss that gets her to reassessing her romantic priorities, etc., etc., etc. Then they get engaged and, implicitly, soon married. Financial problems solved too.

    This book is redeemed for me partly by its setting in my home region of Northern Wisconsin. Credit Dailey with having done a good job of researching the locale, and accurately portraying it and casting its denizens as the peripheral characters in the story. Surprisingly and delightfully, McClure's eight year-old son adds a nice touch to set this one a notch above the formulaic. I found "The Homeplace" (Iowa) palatable for the same reasons - personal familiarity with the locale and the inclusion of a precocious child.

  • I enjoyed the book

  • Re: Just a little luck by Janet Dailey. I was under the impression that this story would take place in WV. Not only did it not but there was not even a single mention of WV.Very very disappointed in this book. This was the 1st time I had used my kindle and I'm not sure if I'll be using it again if this is the kind of junk you end up with.

  • I really loved this book as a teenager, and am returning to re-purchase it later it because it is one of my favorite Janet Daily stories. The characters are extremely believable and down to Earth. The heroine is a genuinely sweet person. It is wonderful to see her blossom under the attention of "Big Luck." This book is definitely about Wisconsin, NOT West VA.

  • I love this book as much this time as all the times I read it before. It is an endearing romance. It is set in Wisconsin I do not know why the cover says West Virginia. This book is in the series written at least one in every state. "Wild and Wonderful" is the title of the one set in West Virginia.